Offers a solutions strategy to fundamental issues associated with wells/reservoirs experiencing sanding problems, especially in deepwater environments
Ch. 1. Basic introduction to deepwater field development strategies Ch. 2. Introduction to hydrocarbon composite production system Ch. 3. Fundamental principles of management of reservoirs with sanding problems Ch. 4. Fundamentals of petrophysics and geomechanical aspects of sand production forecast Ch. 5. Sand and condition monitoring strategies Ch. 6. Sand control completion strategy Ch. 7. Multiphase solids transport Ch. 8. Risk assessment criteria for effective sand management
Babs Oyeneyin is a Professor of Petroleum Engineering at Robert Gordon University Aberdeen UK [RGU] and Managing Director of Intelligent Flow Solutions - A specialist technology company that provides integrated real-time flow assurance management, engineering solutions and capacity building/specialist skills development to the worldwide oil/gas industry. A Chartered Engineer and recognised specialist in the field of deepwater development, multiphase fluid dynamics, fluid systems management, integrated sand management, produced water management, and sand face completion design, well engineering/management, oil/gas reservoir performance and production optimisation, the areas of which he has published over 100 technical papers. His MSc and PhD are in Petroleum Engineering from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. With a background in mechanical engineering and over 35 years of integrated professional experience spanning industry, consultancy, technology facilitation, research and development, and professional training in the oil industry, he has worked as a field engineer and in academia. As a consultant he has worked on a broad range of well completion, sand management, fluids planning and optimisation , Well Planning/ management and field development projects in the UK, Europe, Libya, Japan, South Africa and Nigeria.